Personality changes as the result of an accident? We can help you with your ‘no win, no fee*’ Market Bosworth claim
Nobody likes to admit that they have changed and more over nobody likes to be told that they have changed. Unfortunately, this is something that can happen to sufferers of head injuries after an accident that was not their fault. Our family and friends recognise changes in our personality perhaps more quickly than we do and this is no more evident than after an accident. Sufferers of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can find that they are being compared to their ‘former selves‘ long after an accident and long after the physical injuries have healed. At Accident Advice Helpline, alongside our ‘no win, no fee*’ Market Bosworth solicitors we are only too aware of the changes that be affected because of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Prior to an accident the victim may have been outgoing, full of life and easy-going but afterwards they may find that they are withdrawn, prone to bouts of depression and find it difficult to concentrate on even the most simple of tasks. They may even find that their tolerance levels have diminished significantly when it comes to being around people in certain circumstances. This often becomes very apparent when a TBI-sufferer attempts a return to work. Accident Advice Helpline and our ‘no win, no fee*’ Market Bosworth lawyers are familiar with these kinds of problems in accident victims.
I’m a shadow of my former self – can your ‘no win, no fee*’ Market Bosworth lawyers help me?
Accident Advice Helpline and our ‘no win, no fee*’ Market Bosworth solicitors know that this is something many accident victims have to deal with after they have suffered a head trauma. The brain is the one of the body’s most sensitive areas which is why it is encased inside the skull but still trauma can affect the brain and leave the accident victim with issues surrounding their personality and behaviour. A great number of accident victims have cited that their family, friends and co-workers have identified changes in their personality and in their behaviour upon their return home. Exceptions are made given that time in hospital as a result of an injury can lead to depression and feelings of self-depreciation. But in the months and years that follow these exceptions often give way to those around you being able to identify more permanent and pronounced changes in personality.
Am I eligible to make a ‘no win, no fee*’ Market Bosworth claim for my condition?
If you have been left with personality or behavioural problems that were the result of an accident that wasn’t your fault then you may well be eligible for compensation. In order to make an assessment of your condition and circumstances contact Accident Advice Helpline on our twenty-four hour a day landline 0800 689 0500. We can also be contacted on our twenty-four hour a day mobile number 0333 500 0993 where a member of our friendly and experienced staff will make an initial assessment and then pass your details to our ‘no win, no fee*’ Market Bosworth solicitors. You can also text us ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010 and we return your call at a time suited to you.